Sometimes you’re just playing a practice round or your score is so bad that you’ve decided to explore new shot options. Or maybe you’re in a Golden Tee contest trying for that perfect score. This section includes several tips I use when I’m playing aggressively.
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In some cases shooting at the flag in Golden Tee is very difficult to do, and you might even need to land the ball in the rough or bounce it off a hill or wall (a trick I try sometimes). A good tip is to figure out where your ball with go after it lands, and then try to land it in a spot that gives it the best chance of rolling towards the stick. It’s always more fun trying to hole out!
A good tip is that if you can picture it, you probably can do it! Golden Tee has lots of reachable par 4s off the tee, and a lot of the par 5s are reachable in 2 also. To get a shot at that eagle, plan out the angle of your approach and give it your best!
It’s more difficult to predict the result of these shots in Golden Tee, but the two-step swings help you create the angle you need to put the ball just about anywhere, whether in the fairway or by the flag. A good tip is to keep practicing all different angles whenever you can to help you get more comfortable — if you can master any angle of approach, you’ll be a dangerous Golden Tee player!